Steve Cree Bio
Steven Cree is a Scottish film, television, and stage actor. He is well known for his role as Ian Murray on the Starz television series Outlander. Steve Cree was born on February 29, 1980, Kilmarnock, Scotland. He was the son of a local kitchen and bath fitter.
|Birth Name||Steven Cree|
|Birthday||February 29, 1980|
|Age||39( As of 2020)|
|Height||5 feet 9 inches|
|Net Worth||$500000( As of 2020)|
Steven Cree’s Age and Birthday
Steven Cree was born on February 29, 1980, in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland. Cree is 40 years old in 2020. He celebrates his birthday every year on February 29.
Steven Cree Height and Weight
Steven Cree is 175.9 cm tall and weighs 75 kg.
Steven Cree’s Family and Parents
Steven Cree is the son of a local kitchen and bathroom fitter. According to the investigation, the public does not know any details about Cree’s parents, nor is it known if he has siblings.
Steven Cree Education
Talking about his education, he attended Langside College in Glasgow for a year before applying for and admitting to the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. In his final year at Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, he was hired by a London talent agent and moved to the city after graduating from school.
Steven Cree’s Wife and Wedding
Steven Cree is married to his wife, Kathleen Crawford, who is talented and a successful casting director. There is not much information about the couple. In an interview, he claimed that although she is the casting director, his wife never hired him. About their wedding, Cree said their wedding took place just two days after filming.
Steven Cree Career and Professional life
Cree began his professional career in 2001 with the guest role of Gerry on an episode of the CBBC weekly comedy series G-Force. He guest-starred in an episode of the BBC medical drama Doctors in 2002 and the ITV prison drama Bad Girls in 2003. In 2006, Cree guest-starred in the BBC medical drama Holby City and the soccer drama. Cree returned to BBC Doctors in 2007 with a second guest role in the ninth season and had a guest role in the eleventh season of the popular crime drama Silent Witness.
In 2009, Cree went from television to feature film, playing Antonio Vivaldi in Condor Pictures’ Vivaldi, The Red Priest, and director Craig Lyn’s short film Closing Doors. He was then cast in the fifth episode of the ITV Identity six-part miniseries. The crime drama followed a newly formed police unit investigating cases of loss of identity. Cree worked with actor/director Noel Clarke twice in 2010 when he starred in the thriller 220.127.116.11. Featured after four friends attacked by a smuggling ring and in the comedy Huge, which focused on a possible comedy duo.
On the E4 teen sci-fi drama Misfits, Cree returned to episodic television with a guest appearance in the second season of that year. He then appeared in the award-winning Kurdish director’s Chiman Rahimi rating film Rojin. The following year, Cree starred in the supernatural thriller The Awakening and director Tom Harper’s short film The Swarm.
In 2012, Cree had a recurring role on the groundbreaking BBC Three drama Lip Service. He played Ryder, Sam Murray’s cop partner, alongside Heather Peace. His next guest appearance was Corporal Vince Grafton in a second episode of the ITV crime series Vera. Throughout 2012, Cree had supporting roles in major films such as John Carter and Disney’s Brave (animated; voice work), the British thriller Tower Block, and Noel Clarke’s comedy The Knot.
In 2014, Cree returned to television in the second series of the BBC crime thriller Shetland, based on Ann Cleeves’ best-selling book series. She went on to supporting roles in the Disney live-action film Maleficent, which centers on the villain from the 1959 classic Sleeping Beauty and the televised film Marvelous. He returned to television to play Miras in the two-part premiere of the second series of the BBC family drama Atlantis, which aired only two seasons before it was canceled.The role is repeated and continues throughout the series.
Cree was cast in the 2015 guest role of Levesque on the popular BBC drama The Musketeers and played Porthos’ brother-in-law in the second episode. In the same year, he was invited along with actor David Hasselhoff in the “Mockumentary” Hoff the Record.
In the summer of 2019, it was announced that Cree would play the popular Scottish character Gallowglass in the second season of the Sky One television drama A Discovery of Witches, which is based on the book series of the same name by Deborah Harkness. In early 2020, she played Police Chief Stuart Collier alongside Robert Carlyle in Sky One’s political thriller Cobra.
Cree would play Andrew Bentham in the BBC political drama MotherFatherSon next year, opposite Richard Gere (in his first major television role). He would later join the cast of the ITV female drama Deep Water as the series regular Joe Kallisto.
Steven Cree Net worth
As an actor, Steven has to depend on movies and TV series for income. The actor has been in the entertainment industry since the early 2000s. Since then, he has appeared in many movies and television series, playing leading and supporting roles. His estimated Net worth is about $500000 as of 2020.